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File:1869 LondonSociety v16 no95.png|thumb|150px|right|''London Society'' 1869 '''''London Society''''' was a Victorian era illustrated monthly periodical, subtitled "an illustrated magazine of light and amusing literature for the hours of relaxation". It was published between 1862 and 1898 by W. Clowes and Sons, London. The magazine published miscellaneous articles, short fiction (mostly anonymous), and serialized novels. ''The Stanford Companion to Victorian Fiction'' called it "an inferior imitator of George Murray Smith|Smith's ''Cornhill Magazine|Cornhill''". Literary contributors included Charlotte Riddell, whose novels ''Above Suspicion'' (1874) and ''The Senior Partner'' (1881-2) were serialized; Florence Marryat (''Open Sesame''); and a pre-Sherlock Holmes Arthur Conan Doyle. Illustrators included Mary Ellen Edwards, Randolph Caldecott, Harry...
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Apostles' Creed
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Associate Reformed Presbyterian Church (1802-1822)
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Christianity -- Relations Judaism
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london society for promoting christianity amongst the jews. proceedings
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london society for the abolition of compulsory vaccination
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london society for promoting christianity amongst the jews
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society for hebrew literature, london society of hebrew literature
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london society
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[london]society for army historical research.
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